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    Hello from Southeast PA


    Hung out with Meathead and few of the other pitmasters at the Sous Vide Summit this past weekend and figured I'd sign up and say hello! I'm Pete, but Meathead knows me as "Pineapple." I live in Pottstown, PA, which is about an hour northwest of Philadelphia.

    I'm not sure what things are celebrated vs. shunned in this forum, but I'll risk being ostracized by listing that I've got a GMG Jim Bowie pellet smoker and I love using it for smoking foods. All of the smoked foods I make at this point are sous vide'd at least one of the steps when preparing.

    Hope I have the opportunity to learn some fun stuff with the fellows of the group.


    Welcome to the Pit from the California Delta. Kind of hard to get ostracized around here. Enjoy.


      Makes no differnce of the cooker, unless it’s cardboard. Then ya have trouble with all sorts of folks including the local FD. Welcome, eat good & have fun!


        Welcome from Colorado ...


          Welcome to the Pit!

          any and all cookers welcome here!

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            Ya know I wondered, when ya use the handle does that give ya shaken not stirred.

          Welcome from Maryland. Friendly group, lots of help, and fun here.


            Welcome from the mountains of NC. Sounds like ya can impart some SV'g experience to us all.


              Greetings from South Africa


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                  Welcome to the Pit from Dallas! We are more interested in what you are cooking and how than what you are cooking it on. Folks in the Pit tend to acquire MCS (More Cooker Syndrome). We all would like to try cooking on every type of cooker.


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